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    1. ye true but itโ€™s a tournament and they obviously both made it to the final table so?

    2. Whatever….these two are regular super high stakes players with impeccable reputations. I’d sit with both of them any time without hesitation.

    3. There’s been huge discussions about players being related, but the one solution I keep hearing is not allowing them to.
      I disagree with that wholeheartedly.
      I think they should only be stopped if there’s a lot of evidence they soft play against each other.

      There are tons of friends in poker tourneys, and tons of those do play soft against each other.

      So why should couples be singled out?

      We should always create rules everyone has to live by, instead of targeting certain people.

    1. There’s been huge discussions about players being related, but the one solution I keep hearing is not allowing them to.
      I disagree with that wholeheartedly.
      I think they should only be stopped if there’s a lot of evidence they soft play against each other.

      There are tons of friends in poker tourneys, and tons of those do play soft against each other.

      So why should couples be singled out?

      We should always create rules everyone has to live by, instead of targeting certain people.

    2. โ€‹@jonslg240 because the possible winnings will benefit only of that family and so fourth bloodline

    3. โ€‹@jonslg240 are you a bot? That response had nothing to do with the comment ๐Ÿ˜‚

  1. What a insane advantage that is on a final table. Youre basically “same player”, ICM combined value is huge๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    1. โ€‹@@daddyfuse50it literally did. They’re married, they share finances. If you’re 3 handed in a final table and you have to bust out, would you rather the chips went to your wife or the 3rd person? Obviously your wife because any chips you win off each other, are chips not going to the 3rd party.

  2. For people saying they shouldnt play together, this is a 60ish entries tournament. It’s litterally the same thing as if you play a tourney with a friend and both make it to the final table.
    There’s absolutely nothing wrong there.

    1. If me and my friend had a joint bank account the money went to….
      I think they should be allowed to play but it’s definitely different than a friend

    2. @@pokerace420 Ive played tournaments where we knew we were chopping our money at the end. The chance of being matched at the same table is super low already at the start of the tournament. If we happen to make it both far and end up on the same table after 2 days of play or something, so be it.
      Refusing two players that play together just for the super small chance that this happens is crazy and stupid.
      Im glad people in the comments don’t make these decisions.

    3. @@pokerace420Welcome to the power of having a family, now imagine if they ever had kids and paid for them to enter at 21. Always fold to the smaller stack family member never step on each otherโ€™s toes means you could very easily just survive long enough to secure an absurd split.

    4. โ€‹@@pokerace420 what?? You and a friend could very easily still split the money…then it goes into your bank account. How would it be different than having a joint account ๐Ÿ˜‚

    5. @@drokhalis3338 sounds like me and my old roommates when we played online 6s from the same apartment ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Wholesome to see they’re not trying to help each other and keeping it fair

  4. ” what’s hers is hers, and what’s his, is hers”
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